Meet our Community of Therapists
PLPCHey! I’m Karissa – a creative-turned-counselor who helps other creatives with the unique mental and emotional issues they face. I’m committed to doing bottom-up therapy with my clients – meaning I want to help you find the reasons behind the day-to-day struggles you experience and help you find deep and lasting healing.
PLPCI began my journey into the mental health field at the University of Missouri – St. Louis with a Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology. Afterwards, I completed my Masters of Arts in Counseling degree at Lindenwood University. During that time, I was an intern at CCCA – which led to me to being a private practice clinician there upon graduating.
Dr. Lexx James
Dr. Lexx is a licensed Marriage and Family therapist who specializes in sexuality education and therapy. She sees individuals and couples for issues that range from anxiety and depression to intimacy. She is an out of network provider who works to support people to connect and heal.
Life is messy. It requires work that sometimes feels impossible. It is my goal to help clients identify the aspects of their life that they wish to celebrate, and those that they wish to change. Through compassion, understanding, and humor, we will work together in a judgment-free space to help you become your healthiest and happiest self. If you are feeling…
My Mission as a therapist is to help people heal and prosper in all areas of life. I love watching individuals, couples and families regaining hope, get inspired and achieve personal growth. My style is interactive, supportive and caring. I generally work from different approaches that are geared towards the client’s need. If you are experiencing detours…
Rebecca Ray applies her therapeutic experience in private practice with individuals, couples, and groups. She has more than 10 years’ experience in interpersonal communications, and focuses on stress, relationships and life transitions. Clients may seek therapy for mood and adjustment disorders, couples counseling, or stress-related issues.
My theory is to promote positive reinforcement. Choices should be used to provide a model for understanding human emotions, behaviors and thoughts. Understanding choices in decision making will give you the encouragement to move forward.
Life is a journey and a route for a…
“That’s the thing about pain, it demands to be felt.” -John Green. Pain can be physical, emotional, or mental, but no matter the type it demands to be felt. Trying to heal mental and emotional pain can be tough, but you don’t have to do it alone. Whether your pain is coming from navigating issues at work, school, in relationships…
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and believe that working collaboratively with adults, adolescents, and couples will allow them to access their inner resources and achieve lasting change. I utilize an integrated therapeutic approach incorporating psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, and solution focused approaches.
After years of being a stay-at-home mother and caring for my five children, several friends and acquaintances who sought my advice and support when dealing with life’s challenges encouraged me to become a therapist. At the age of 41, I went back to school and earned my master’s degree in counseling. I subsequently earned certificates…
Hi, my name is Ronald Laney. I hold a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from Lindenwood University-Belleville, and I’m a provisionally licensed professional counselor (PLPC) in the state of Missouri. I practice individual, family and couples, and group counseling under the supervision of Peggy Tyson, M.Ed., LPC – Missouri license #2002024449.